Roseville-Little Canada Review

Wed
17
Apr

Human Rights Commission offers new opportunity for Senegalese native


YaYa Diatta, the new member of Maplewood Human Rights Commission, was sworn in by Karen Guilfoile before the commission meeting April 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Newly-appointed Human Rights Commissioner YaYa Diatta’s journey to where he is today started with a single piece of candy.

Tue
16
Apr

Maplewood driver accused of terroristic threats in driving incident

Faces allegations of pointing gun on Highway 36

Tue
16
Apr

Credit card skimmers found inside Roseville gas pumps


A credit card skimmer recovered from a gas pump in Roseville. Inset image, a tamper-evident security seal.

Your credit card information can easily be stolen with just one swipe at the pump

Mon
15
Apr

Roseville Area police reports Apr. 16, 2013

Arrests, Thefts and more

Thu
11
Apr

Brothers, uncles, female accomplice charged in sex trafficking ring


Clockwise from top: Antonio Dion Washington-Davis, Otis Deno Washington, Calvin Roy Washington, Robert James Washington and Elizabeth Ann Alexander

Police say young victims used as prostitutes throughout metro area

Thu
11
Apr

MSP helps families affected by autism prepare for air travel

Travel can be stressful for anyone, but for people with autism, crowded airports, security screening and aircraft boarding can be downright scary. Now there is a program designed to help families living with autism prepare for air travel.

Tue
09
Apr

Roseville Area police reports Apr. 9, 2013

Arrests, Thefts and more

Tue
09
Apr

Third annual Roseville Area Schools Foundation Festival April 13

The Roseville Area Schools Foundation will hold its third annual Foundation Festival at Har Mar Mall on Saturday, April 13 from 6-8 p.m. The family friendly event is part celebration and part fundraiser.

Tue
09
Apr

Mystery author to appear this weekend at Har Mar


Pat Dennis

Throughout her long career, Pat Dennis has worn many hats, including that of a stand up comedienne, a keynote speaker and author.

Tue
02
Apr

Tapping our love of maple syrup


The tree-tap device is put into the tree when the day temperatures are starting to climb above 32 degrees and the nights are still below freezing. That’s when the boxelder tree sap starts to flow. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Last week, the only thing I knew about pure maple syrup was that I liked it on pancakes, and that it somehow came from the sap of maple trees.
It’s hard to imagine how a liquid can come from a solid tree. Now, after reading the new book “Modern Maple” by Teresa Marrone of Minneapolis and attending a talk she gave at the Minnesota History Center, my knowledge of maple syrup has expanded a great deal.

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